Big Bay Boom producers are keeping fingers crossed

Big Bay Boom producers are keeping fingers crossed

[trib_ndn vid=24923267]SAN DIEGO — Producers were setting up Tuesday for this year’s Big Bay Boom Fourth of July fireworks show hoping things go according to plan.

The show last year had been planned to last more than 15 minutes, but it barely lasted 30 seconds.

Screen Shot 2013-07-02 at 10.42.36 PM“We had a computer glitch that set off all the fire works simultaneously,” said August Santore Jr. with Garden State Fireworks, the company in charge of the show last year. “We take responsibility for what happened so we are giving this year’s show for free.”

More than 3,000 explosives are being meticulously placed to set up a grand show this Thursday, valued at $125,000.

Company officials said the issue with the computer glitch has been fixed.

Producers also tell Fox 5 they’ll also be running an additional computerized simulation of the show, as an extra test, to check for any possible issues before the fireworks…

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